Posted by: kurtsh | July 31, 2012

EVENT: The “2012 Launch” for Windows Server 2012, Visual Studio 2012, & Windows Azure

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I would like to invite you to an exclusive free, one-day launch event designed to demonstrate new ways for your team to become an efficient, well-oiled machine

You and I know that leaders never stop learning. Your organization looks to you to provide the latest and greatest, and it’s your job to always be one step ahead.

So join me at The Cloud OS Signature Event Series, and check out the launch of the newest, most exciting products from Microsoft. You’ll find out how Windows Server 2012, Windows Azure, and Microsoft System Center 2012 can help alleviate day-to-day tasks so your team can focus on what’s really important and get back to work.

Here’s what you can expect at this free, in-person launch event:

  • An in-depth discussion on taking your virtualization infrastructure to the next level with Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V, and Windows Azure
  • An engaging talk on enabling the modern work style your users are demanding with Windows Server 2012
  • A presentation on management made simple with Windows Server 2012 and System Center 2012

Plus, at the event, you’ll be able to participate in a raffle for a chance to win an Xbox 360 + Kinect Bundle.*

I highly recommend this event. It’s a great opportunity to engage with qualified experts and learn all the ways you can boost your team to the next level. I hope to see you there.

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Attend The Cloud OS Signature Event Series, coming to a city near you.

  • September 5  New York City
  • September 14  Atlanta area
  • September 18  Dallas
  • September 19  Minneapolis
  • September 19  Houston
  • September 20  Irvine
  • September 20  Boston area
  • September 20  Chicago
  • September 25  D.C. area
  • September 25  Columbus
  • September 26  Detroit
  • September 27  Seattle
  • September 27  Charlotte
  • October 10  Denver
  • October 11  San Francisco
  • October 11  Philadelphia area

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